Over the next few weeks, external contractors and the school’s Estates Team will put the finishing touches on a new Science facility (‘The Hive’) and Art, Design & Technology learning space (‘The Discovery Zone’) in the Primary School; four new Reception classes and an expanded dining room in Early Primary; and two fully-refurbished science labs in Secondary School. Our ICT Team is also having a busy summer, installing 80 new desktop computers across school, two mobile ICT suites in Primary and a host of Apple TVs.
Still very much in the construction phase is the brand new Astroturf (artificial sports pitch) and the redesigned and refurbished sports hall – both of which are scheduled to open at the beginning of October.
The development programme is being spearheaded by the school’s Bursar, Kirsty Paiboontanasin. “It’s easy enough to promise change and improvements, quite another thing to actually deliver it – and do so in a time-frame which will benefit families, some of whom will only be enrolled at the school for two years. I am so proud of my Estates Team, who are working tirelessly to ensure we make this a campus our students can be proud of.”
Kirsty also singled out for praise Nord Anglia Education, the family of international schools which owns and manages Regents. “NAE wants this to be the one of the finest schools in South East Asia and they are standing shoulder-to-shoulder with us to make that happen.”